History of the Human Sciences

(The TQCC of History of the Human Sciences is 2. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
Not merely the absence of disease: A genealogy of the WHO’s positive health definition18
Psychometric origins of depression10
Mothering in the frame: Cinematic microanalysis and the pathogenic mother, 1945–678
The conundrum of the psychological interface: On the problems of bridging the biological and the social7
‘Ifp? Then What?’ Thinking within, with, and from cases7
Thinking in, with, across, and beyond cases with John Forrester6
The past of predicting the future: A review of the multidisciplinary history of affective forecasting6
Histories of sexology today: Reimagining the boundaries of scientia sexualis6
Neurobiological limits and the somatic significance of love: Caregivers’ engagements with neuroscience in Scottish parenting programmes6
Conversion disorder and/or functional neurological disorder: How neurological explanations affect ideas of self, agency, and accountability5
Rahel Jaeggi’s theory of alienation5
Phrenology and the average person, 1840–19405
Freedom and addiction in four discursive registers: A comparative historical study of values in addiction science5
On Kuhn’s case, and Piaget’s: A critical two-sited hauntology (or, On impact without reference)5
A code for care and control: The PIN as an operator of interoperability in the Nordic welfare state5
Recomposing persons: Scavenging and storytelling in a birth cohort archive5
Boundaries of reasoning in cases: The visual psychoanalysis of René Spitz4
The potency of the butterfly: The reception of Richard B. Goldschmidt’s animal experiments in German sexology around 19204
The case as a travelling genre4
Types, norms, and normalisation: Hormone research and treatments in Italy, Argentina, and Brazil, c. 1900–504
Limitless? Imaginaries of cognitive enhancement and the labouring body4
Thinking in multitudes: Questionnaires and composite cases in early American psychology4
Stressing the ‘body electric’: History and psychology of the techno-ecologies of work stress4
Archiving the COVID-19 pandemic in Mass Observation and Middletown3
Cultivating trust, producing knowledge: The management of archaeological labour and the making of a discipline3
‘The intelligent and the rest’: British Mensa and the contested status of high intelligence3
An even-handed debate? The sexed/gendered controversy over laterality genes in British psychology, 1970s–1990s3
Continuity through change: State social research and sociology in Portugal3
Introduction: Contested narratives of the mind and the brain: Neuro/psychological knowledge in popular debates and everyday life3
Rupture, repetition, and new rhythms for pandemic times: Mass Observation, everyday life, and COVID-193
Ideology and science: The story of Polish psychology in the communist period3
The synthesis of consciousness and the latent life of the mind: Philosophy, psychopathology, and ‘cryptopsychism’ in fin-de-siècle France3
Lesbian and bisexual women's experiences of aversion therapy in England3
The unexpected American origins of sexology and sexual science: Elizabeth Osgood Goodrich Willard, Orson Squire Fowler, and the scientification of sex3
‘A troublesome girl is pushed through’: Morality, biological determinism, resistance, resilience, and the Canadian child migration schemes, 1883–19392
Ifp0, then 1: The impossibility of thinkingoutcases2
The ultimate think tank: The rise of the Santa Fe Institute libertarian2
Psychoanalysis and anti-racism in mid-20th-century America: An alternative angle of vision2
Confusing cases: Forrester, Stoller, Agnes, woman2
From In Two Minds to MIND: The circulation of ‘anti-psychiatry’ in British film and television during the long 1960s2
On some antecedents of behavioural economics2
I never promised you a rose garden.… When landscape architecture becomes a laboratory for the Anthropocene2
Documenting insanity: Paperwork and patient narratives in psychiatric history2
Working in cases: British psychiatric social workers and a history of psychoanalysis from the middle, c.1930–602
Quentin Skinner, contextual method and Machiavelli's understanding of liberty2
The idea of an ethically committed social science2
The Hoffman Report in historical context: A study in denial2
Psychedelic psychodrama: Raising and expanding consciousness in Jane Arden’s The Other Side of the Underneath (1973)2
Talking therapy: The allopathic nihilation of homoeopathy through conceptual translation and a new medical language2
Trauma and loss in the Adult Attachment Interview: Situating the unresolved state of mind classification in disciplinary and social context2
Social science and Marxist humanism beyond collectivism in Socialist Romania2
Félida, doubled personality, and the ‘normal state’ in late 19th-century French psychology2
Discourses on im/migrants, ethnic minorities, and infectious disease: Fifty years of tuberculosis reporting in the United Kingdom2